Editorial & Opinion

Editorial & Opinion

Editorials, columns and letters to the editor from our readers.

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by Chantal Hebert A year ago Tuesday, Pierre Karl PÈladeau abruptly quit as leader of the Parti Quebecois for family reasons and went back to...

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by Thomas Walkom By embracing the concept of a universal pharmacare system, Ontario's Liberal government is bucking a national trend. It is also bucking...

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by Chantal Hebert With the Conservative crown slipping from his grasp, Kevin O'Leary settled on becoming kingmaker earlier this week. But will the decision to...

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Give one cheer for the Liberals. Kathleen Wynne's Ontario government has finally bit the bullet on publicly funded pharmacare.

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Businessman Kevin O'Leary says he is pulling out of the campaign to succeed Stephen Harper because he is not convinced he could carry enough votes in Quebec to beat Justin Trudeau in the 2019 election.

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TFO the French television channel in Ontario has been running a Canada-wide YouTuber contest since January.

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by Thomas Walkom Back in the 1970s, a basic income (or guaranteed annual income as it was called then) was seen as way to end...

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It is a sign of the times that a Canadian prime minister and an American president are cheering for different candidates in the upcoming second round of France's presidential election - and that their contrary preferences are so transparent.

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Ever since last fall's American presidential election campaign, Justin Trudeau has played nice with Donald Trump, routinely bending over backward to avoid taking the new administration head-on.

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How to explain Donald Trump's radical about-face on Syria, Russia and China? Analysts are at a loss. Leaders do change their views. But the U.S. president's sudden transformation from isolationist America Firster to big-time global policeman boggles even the most jaded of minds.